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  1. Kazragami

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    Buckley's Mystery White Boy tour, playing concerts in both Sydney and Melbourne, Australia, lasted between August 28 and September 6 and recordings of these performances were compiled and released on the live album Mystery White Boy. Buckley was so well received during these concerts that his album Grace went gold in Australia, selling over.
  2. Kazrazahn

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    Label: Columbia - none • Format: CD Advance, Album, Promo • Country: France • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Folk Rock Jeff Buckley - Mystery White Boy (, CD) | Discogs Explore.
  3. Zuluzilkree

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  4. Feran

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    "Mystery White Boy", culled from the tour of the same name spanning , is one such example. Made up of tracks pulled from various shows to try and provide a strong experience, the record is a powerful slab of live performance, illustrating Buckley as an engaging and energetic performer.
  5. Bazil

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    Mystery White Boy is a very interesting insight into some of the songs that Jeff and his band had kicking around, but which never made it onto an album (until now), namely 'I woke up in a strange place' (a fairly radio-friendly rock number),/5(9).
  6. Kazilkree

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Mystery White Boy: Live '95 - '96 on Discogs/5(38).
  7. Megar

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  8. Taushicage

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    Mystery White Boy is a live album by American singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley released in (see in music). This is a compilation of live recordings that Buckley's mother Mary Guibert compiled from DAT recordings of his supporting tour for Buckley's album Grace.
  9. Arataur

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    It's hard to judge Jeff Buckley's live collection Mystery White Boy: Live ''96 without thinking of what might have been, without realizing that he never fulfilled the extent of his potential. If that sounds harsh, it's not meant to be -- it's more of an acknowledgment of the tragedy of his premature death.

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